October 22, 2021
  • October 22, 2021

Monthly income

1 million more children could benefit from the child tax credit in the future

by on September 16, 2021 0

@lelia_milaya via Twenty20 If the Democrats’ proposed child tax credit changes persist, more children than ever will qualify for the benefit. A major change in the current proposal allows children with individual taxpayer identification numbers, or ITINs, to receive the credit. These children, who are often undocumented children growing up in the United States,...

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Shelter for all?

by on September 4, 2021 0

Regressive policies and a bloated real estate market have made residential leasing an unsustainable proposition for businesses in India, write Dhaval Monani and Prasanna Sriraman, as they discuss the challenges of the affordable rental housing complex program in the first of four series Rental housing is an integral part of a robust housing market....

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AllianceBernstein National Municipal Income Fund Releases Monthly Portfolio Update | New

by on August 23, 2021 0

NEW YORK, 23 Aug 2021 / PRNewswire / – AllianceBernstein National Municipal Income Fund, Inc. (the “Fund”) today published its monthly portfolio update dated July 31, 2021. AllianceBernstein National Municipal Income Fund, Inc. Top 10 Fixed Income Wallet % 1) Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metropolitan Transportation Authority Ded Tax) Series 2016A 5.25%, 2.47%...

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The big read: How COVID-19, dubbed the ‘inequality virus’, further widened the gap between rich and poor

by on August 22, 2021 0

Nonetheless, Dr Ong from NUS said there was a need to look in more detail at how training benefits low-wage workers. “There are many programs to support the upgrade in these times of pandemic towards greater digitization of work. Many financial support programs are linked to the participation of individuals in training or activities...

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Here’s what major federal parties promise seniors

by on August 22, 2021 0

When Albert Smith, 68, goes to the grocery store to buy vegetables, it is directly in the frozen section. “We can’t have fresh produce, it’s too expensive,” he said. The Saskatchewan man said his rent and bills were paid monthly with help from Old Age Security, but little was left after that. “You stay...

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